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Chelal Cu

Chelal Cu

Chelal

EC FERTILISER: Copper chelate (chelating agents DTPA, EDTA, HEEDTA)

CHELAL® Cu contains copper which is completely chelated. This copper chelate has a negative charge, inhibiting adsorption to the clay-humus-complex and thus guaranteeing complete plant availability. CHELAL® Cu can be used in foliar and soil-applications: in both cases the product will be swiftly absorbed by the plant.

CHELAL® Cu:
- prevents empty ears.
- increases resistance to low temperatures.
- stimulates flowering and production of pollen.
- increases fruit set.
- increases photosynthesis.
- increases fertility.
- increases thousand seed weight.
- enhances chlorophyll building.

CHELAL® Cu can be mixed with most liquid nitrogen fertilizers. CHELAL® Cu is miscible with most pesticides and herbicides. Avoid mixing with oilbased products. It is advisable to conduct a miscibility test before application. In case of doubt, consult our technical service.

Do not exceed the maximum concentration of 2 % (= 2 L CHELAL® Cu in 100 L water). Maximum concentration in greenhouse : 0,5 % (= 500 cc in 100 L water). For foliar applications avoid high temperatures and bright sunshine.
Treat preferably during early morning or late evening.

ATTENTION: using this product on drupes may cause damage.

More information about the use of our copper formulations in cereals is available in

our technical file: copper in cereals.

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